Mirjana Marsenic was born in Montenegro. She studied at the Faculty of Fine Art in Cetinje, Montenegro where she completed her MAF in Fine Art in 2013. She has exhibited widely in her country of origin as well as internationally, including solo show in London, Pont – Aven, Nice, Belgrade, Venice and many more. As one of the most prominent Montenegrin artists, she was the representative of Montenegro on 7 - Francophone Games in Nice, selected by the International Commission for the French language and cultural diversity.
Gallery 106 is delighted to invite you to an exhibition of Montenegrin artist Mirjana Marsenic. The exhibition includes paintings acrylic on canvas, mix media and installation. All works are exclusively commissioned for this exhibition and are for first time presented to British public.
In her exhibition “Passage of Time: The moment of recollection”, Marsenic unites different artistic moments into one composition creating continuity and dialog and by interconnecting those moments into one, she conduct evocative extended story. Artist intention is to create narrative shaped by seemingly insignificant smaller tales discovered and noted during the art-making process and communicated through her art. It is that moment, when artist stop and turn- beck, the “moment of recollection”, that Marsenic finds incredibly profound and often challenging, in the process of preserving the emotion, the idea, meaning, purpose and direction in creating an artistic expression.
The exhibition is supported by Ministry of Culture Montenegro.
G a l l e r y 106 at the Hille & Zotova Art Gallery, Amsterdam is delighted to invite you to an exhibition of Montenegrin artist Mirjana Marsenic. The exhibition includes paintings in acrylic and mixed media on canvas. This is all new work by Marsenic for her first solo exhibition in the Netherlands.
In her exhibition “A Journey through: the Forces of Nature”, Marsenic’s work reflects her close communication with nature and the cycles of life. This love of nature comes from absorbing the splendour of her home country Montenegro. This beauty may be inspired by her homeland but the earthy nature of her work takes on a quality of universality that reflects the eternal qualities of the wonders of nature, which can be found the world over. Marsenic appears to be aiming to create a microcosm of the natural world in her work. She achieves this effect by extracting the essential universal elements of life, to give us a glimpse of her very personal view of nature. Marsenic’s vision varies from her visceral, fleshy pieces such as “Energy”, to lighter more esoteric paintings like the “Nucleolus” series.